If I understand correctly, you are posting your question with the expectation that it will be viewed by attorneys familiar with Military Law /benefits, etc. However, your question has been posted under "Bankruptcy Law " .
I am guessing that this mix-up has occurred due the key word "discharge". Although the meaning of the word "discharge" has a very different meaning when used in the contest of a bankruptcy, ( as in "discharge of debt") the presence of the word within your question may account for the reason it was inadvertently posted here. Perhaps you can re-post your question under the category of "Military Law. " or something similar.
I have changed the category of your question ...
The computer was confused by Chapter 14 and discharge.
This can be a complex question, and there are perhaps some 50 possible benefits on the table. It may depend on whether you have a prior term of honorable service, and presumably that's post 9/11/01 since that's a requirement for some benefits, and it may depend on whether you chose the Montgomery GI bill. It's too complex for this medium, and the VA can give you the best answers anyway. Contact the VA with your DD214 in hand, and you'll get the most accurate answer for your specific situation.
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You can check out same at: http://www.military.com/benefits/veteran-benefits/veterans-benefits-explained.html
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